Art Lexica: Food, not Bombs

In this episode of Art Lexica, Wesley Pepper chats to Lara Redd from Food, Not Bombs-Jozi. Importantly, Spudcaster raised the critical issue of hunger. To clarify, they’re joined by Fuzile Mavundla, a sociology student and fellow Anarchist. Redd highlights the nationwide shortage of vitamin B12. And Big Ups to Hanneke van Linge from Nosh food rescue.

Meanwhile, this episode features music by Chris Morrow 4. Above all, Wesley set up Art Lexica as a platform for artists. To talk art, processes and the politics of art and activism. For more podcasts in this series visit the feed. Similarly, you can follow us on Podlink!

Links for this Episode:

Lara on Facebook

Likewise, Food, Not Bombs – Jozi

Similarly, RedWritingHood

Also you can find Fuzile on Facebook

BigUps to Soundz of the south

Wesley Pepper

Art Lexica: Food, Not Bombs – Show Notes

Art Lexica: Food, not Bombs
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